Teaching Ethical Decision-making Using Critical Reflection, Learning Assessment, and Service Learning
The nursing care of clients is based on ethical decision-making and is determined by individual values, the meaning of human beings, and by collective moral interactions of nurses, physicians, families, and administrators. It is critical that our curricula develop and enhance our students’ skills for ethical decision-making. Educational activities such as critical reflections, learning assessments of classroom or clinical activities, and service learning experiences provide a broad multicultural experience for students to develop skills.
College of Health and Public Administration
Publication or Event Title
Conner, D. (2002). Teaching Ethical Decision-making Using Critical Reflection, Learning Assessment, and Service Learning. Nurse Educator, 27 (1) Retrieved from https://fuse.franklin.edu/facstaff-pub/77